New T22 Axis Wake Sports Boat Unveiled

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Monday, November 11, 2013

Loudon, Tenn. based Axis Wake revealed their all-new 22-foot T22 at the recent National Dealer Meeting in Austin, Texas.

The builders say that this versatile, 22-foot wake machine meets the demand of those who prefer a traditional bow style, while offering new advancements in hull design, styling and modern-day features including the auto-set Wedge and SURF GATE®.

Designed for people who demand performance, without the big price tag, the T22 offers all of the affordable essentials that Axis Wake is known for. Combined with a new hull, the T22 is claimed to provide the best wakeboarding and wakesurfing experience on the water today.

CEO Jack Springer is excited for what the T22 brings to the lineup and brand as a whole. "Since 2009, Axis Wake Research has rocketed to number six in market share on the strength of two models, the A22 and A20," Springer said.

"In August, we added a third picklefork model with the A24. And now, the T22 is an extraordinary boat that captures the essence of Axis, yet brings new improvements and features to the fastest growing brand in the history of our segment. Everyone who has experienced the T22 came off the water raving about the ride, the customer's choice of interior packages and the wake and wakesurfing wave with SURF GATE®.

http://axiswake.com

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